Along with BlitzPig, I too am wondering if there is a solution to the unobtanium nature of PPK's. So here's a question ......and by unobtanium I mean available at reasonable prices, I am in a quandary.
I want a .32 shooter. One I can use as a range blaster without worry about breaking a part on my pre war PP(K)
If one owns an Interarms PPK in .380, and one could get ahold of a PPK .32 barrel ... could you simply swap out the barrels and end up with a PPK .32 shooter? Is it that simple, or is there something I'm not taking into account ... keeping in mind that finding a barrel in .32 might not be a piece of cake.
Numrich has .32 PP barrels, but only .380 PPK ones. Could you simply have a gunsmith cut a half inch off the PP .32 barrel?